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This was part of a lesbian series exploring lesbian lives published by the now defunct feminist publishing house Scarlet Press. In this text, a diverse group of activists, artists and academics sought to flesh out the new queer turn. They asked: What is this queer politics? Does the new defiance elsbians a meaningful shift in ideology, or is it merely the wishful thinking of a few white gay talks
Are queer politics and feminism in any way compatible? What does queer mean for lesbians, and who is setting the agenda? Is queer a positive alliance or a watering down of lesbian strength?
Is there a queer aesthetic? For others, queer has formed our political consciousness, shaped our identities and informed who and how we love, fuck and live.
For some who identify as queer, the word lesbian carries particular associations: it is aligned with a different time and place, a different community and a politic many no longer feel is relevant. Yet in working class communities — many of which are racialised — the word lesbian has a very different kind of baggage.
For some, the label lesbian is a source of political power. Yet, in asserting and recording our queerness in realtime, we have a tendency to gloss over our lesbian herstories.
In the spirit of Lesbians Talk Queer Notions, we might ask: What is the source of this wilful amnesia? Is it aesthetics, politics or something else? What are we scared of in our collective and personal pasts?
What is lost and what is gained in the individual and collective turn to queerness? And what might we gain from engaging with our lesbian roots? And is there such a difference between the two? How do trans politics relate to lesbian politics, in the present and in the past?
How do our organising strategies build on and diverge from those employed by earlier talkk Do we organise, create and engage intergenerationally and across the borders of race and lesbian Though this project specifically seeks to address the resonances talk queer and lesbian identities, it welcomes submissions from anyone, regardless of gender or sexuality.
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